Drawing of a Skin Tag
are small growths of tissue on the skin's surface. They are usually benign and painless and do not grow or change. They can be found most anywhere on the body but are usually located on the neck, armpits, trunk, and body folds. The growths may be surgically removed by freezing (cryotherapy), or electrically burned off (cautery). This drawing opens in a new window.
on adult female's upper cheek. Click the photo to see the full-sized picture of a skin tag (large picture opens in a new window).
(acrochordons) are small growths of skin that some people develop on the face, neck, armpits, and the groin. The medical name is acrochordon. They are harmless and do not become cancerous or malignant (picture of a skin tag
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and skin growths being removed via liquid nitrogen freezing (picture opens in a new window).
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